Published alongside the exhibition Shaping Modern Sculpture, this issue of The Sculpture Journal examines the work of Stephen Gilbert and his wife Jocelyn Chewett in post-war Paris. Together they entered into the discussion of British and Continental constructivism, infusing this cross-channel dialogue into their own practices as they developed their distinctive vocabularies of modern abstract sculpture.
The Sculpture of Stephen Gilbert and Jocelyn Chewett in Post-War Paris
Jon Wood (Research Curator, the Henry Moore Institute)
Towards abstract sculpture: Stephen Gilbert's 'Relief' (1952)
Hester R. Westley
'An organic abstraction': Jocelyn Chewett's 'Untitled' (1949)
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